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Linen Worker

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Catholic Medical Center Manchester , NH 03101

Posted 2 months ago

Under the direct supervision of the Supervisor, Laundry and Linen and within established Catholic Medical Center and departmental policies and procedures, the incumbent performs the following essential functions: Delivers linens and linen items to all facility-wide areas within established linen exchange cart system.

Sorts, inspects, and folds hospital linens and specialty linen items received daily from the hospital contracted laundry services. Restocks hospital linen exchange carts and assigned linen storage areas. Respond to linen requests and maintains departmental protocol.

Marks all new hospital linens and linen items for identification. Records all linen weights delivered to facility-wide areas and soiled linen weights for pick-up by contract laundry services. Meets infection control standards by performing quarterly exchange cart cleanings and cart cover replacements.

On a daily basis, cleans shelves, cabinets and areas designated for clean linen storage. Attends departmental/hospital sponsored safety, infection control or informational in-services as requested. Performs similar or related duties as assigned or requested.

QUALIFICATIONS: Education: High school diploma or GED preferred. Experience: Healthcare laundry/linen knowledge preferred.

Licensure/Certification: None

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Linen Worker

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Catholic Medical Center